Dave was at Adobe MAX for the announcement of the newest version of Photoshop and Photoshop for the IPad and recorded his thoughts about both applications.
After the problems many people encountered with Apple’s Catalina Operating System and Adobe software, Dave offers his philosophy on upgrading, including how to prepare for upgrading to the next version of Photoshop.
If you ever wanted to know all the ins and outs about printing on your own printer, this is the episode for you! Expert guest Daniel Gregory talks about ICC profiles, monitor calibration, paper, proofing and much more. One of most in-depth discussions about printing you’ll likely ever hear in a podcast.
Dave shares his opinion on whether Adobe Bridge get a bad rap (spoiler alert: he thinks it does and explains why). Hear about some of the similarities and differences between Lightroom and Bridge and how you can decide which is the best tool for you.
Dave talks with photographer/designer/instructor Khara Plicanic about design and typography in Photoshop, and how photographers can start dipping their toes into the world of design, templates and printing.
Dave chats with Nick Busch, a photographer who’s been in the news recently with his unique scale model portrait photography. He combines scale model building with photography, focus stacking, portraits and Photoshop, to create uniquely fascinating images.
Dave chats with renowned photographer Joel Grimes about personal projects, creating a signature style, commercial work and more. This episode is packed with inspiration and practical tips.
Dave chats with Andrew Kavanagh, founder and head organizer of the largest Photoshop Group on Facebook. They discuss the benefits (and challenges) of being part of Facebook Group, and how the Photoshop and Lightroom Group has grown while preserving civil and helpful conversations.
Rather than talking about one specific topic, this week Dave Cross raves about some of his recent favorite things, and rants (just a little) about some things that drive him a little bit crazy.